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Subject: Re: Vids for Archos
From: Brian King (brking_at_charter.net)
Date: 2003-12-17


I see artifacts as well, they look kind of like waves of dust and they
go diagonal as you say at about the same frequency. BTW, for anyone out
there trying to re-encode a movie under Linux to play on their recorder:

transcode -i original.avi -z -Z 112x64 --export_asr 0.8 -o rock.avi
avi2yuv rock.avi rock.yuv
halftone rock.yuv

Great work, BTW.

-Brian

roland wrote:
> haha :)
> coooool!
>
> very good quality!
>
> unfortunately - while playing the video, i see strange artefacts. they seem
> to happen every ~4 seconds , going somewhat diagonal from the left to the right
> or vice versa.(in one playing-session, direction stays the same - but direction
> seems different from session to session)
>
> do others see this too?
>
> if so - is this a matter of the video encoding or is it a matter of the
> playing routine? maybe this is, because the player routine cannot sync to the lcd
> refreshing?
>
> regards
> roland
>
> ps:
> i see artefacts in the doom trailer, too. but they seem different.(cannot describe
> at the moment)
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Richard O'Brien" <richard_at_herzovision.de>
> To: <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
> Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2003 11:54 PM
> Subject: Vids for Archos
>
>
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>I just wanted to share my first rockbox encoded video, it is called
>>'Dinner for on'.
>>It seems to be running albeit fast, I used these commands:
>>
>>"halftone dinner.yuv dinner.rvf" I also tried
>>"halftone dinner.yuv dinner.rvf -p 25" but that went even faster.
>>
>>http://fire.prohosting.com/tboy132/vid/dinner.rvf
>>
>>Regards
>>
>>Richard O'Brien
>>
>
>



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